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The average regional Bell operating company, such as Nynex or Bell Atlantic, is in an even worse position.
These orders allow competitors to interconnect with Regional Bell Operating Company networks for the special access and interstate switched transport portions of local exchange services.
Farina served in key management positions at Bell Atlantic, including as President and Chief Executive Officer of Bell Atlantic's Data Solutions Group, Executive Vice President-Operations Assurance for Bell Atlantic, and as both Vice President-Corporate Business Development of NYNEX Corporation, a Regional Bell Operating Company that is now part of Verizon, and President of the NYNEX Network Systems Company, leading NYNEX's international expansion into Europe and Asia.
The often-overlooked LEC market owns approximately 16 percent of the twisted copper pair that delivers telephone service to business and residential customers--a market share comparable to a large Regional Bell Operating Company.
has again been selected and approved by another major Regional Bell Operating Company, AMERITECH Corp.
the nation's largest Regional Bell Operating Company [RBOC], under which SBC will resell MailStation units to its customer base under the eMessage(TM) brand name.
This expanded coverage represents a 100 percent increase in the number of major markets DSLnetworks serves and marks the largest area of DSL availability offered by any single Internet Service Provider (ISP), Inter Exchange Carrier (IXC), Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) or Regional Bell Operating Company (RBOC).
Today's agreement is the first reached with a Regional Bell Operating Company.